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ADVOCACY UPDATE

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS Stacey Schlosser, Chair* Biggerstaff ’s Catering

Isaac Bucher, Vice Chair*

IN THIS ISSUE 04-05 Business Briefs

Mister Ed’s Elephant Museum & Candy Emporium

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Wes Warehime, Treasurer*

Aero Energy

Darlene A. Brown, Secretary* Individual Member

Chris Bigger*

Member Spotlight: Shawn Eckenrode, director Adams County Technical Institute

08 Advocacy Update

Littlestown Area School District

09 Ambassador Spotlight:

Lisa Duffy

UPMC Hanover

Sarah Dull Comfort Suites

John Hanner Living Bible Fellowship Church of Adams County

John Husser

Isaac Bucher, owner

Mister Ed’s Elephant Museum & Candy Emporium

11 Out & About 12 Chamber Events & Community Events 13-14

Chamber News

ACNB Bank

Sharon Kebil-Whisler M & T Bank

Todd King Salzmann Hughes, P.C.

Jessica Knouse* Thirsty Farmer Brew Works

Peter Martin, Immediate Past Chair* Amblebrook Gettysburg

Judy Morley, PhD Intuitively Speaking

Bill Shoemaker USI Insurance Services *Executive Committee Member

ADAMS COUNTY BUSINESS IS PUBLISHED AND PRODUCED BY

CHAMBER STAFF Carrie S. Stuart, President carries@gettysburg-chamber.org

Jennifer McCleaf, Relationship Director jenniferm@gettysburg-chamber.org

Edith Waldron, Operations Manager edithw@gettysburg-chamber.org

Rosemary Laureano, Relationship Assistant of the Hispanic Council rosemaryl@gettysburg-chamber.org

Chartered in 1919, The Chamber of Gettysburg & Adams County is Adams County’s oldest and largest business organization. The chamber supports and strengthens its members and the Adams County area by promoting diverse economic opportunities through advocacy, building relationships, providing timely information and developing leaders for the future. Nearly 530 local businesses and organizations have made an investment in Adams County through membership. 1382 BIGLERVILLE ROAD, GETTYSBURG, PA 17325 | 717.334.8151 INFO@GETTYSBURG-CHAMBER.ORG | GETTYSBURG-CHAMBER.ORG

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BUSINESS BRIEFS The bolded businesses in Business Briefs are Chamber members. Submit news to news@gettysburg-chamber.org by the second Tuesday of each month for inclusion in the following month’s publication. The Central Penn Business Journal introduced the Power 100 List, recognizing individuals who inspire innovation, spark economic growth and make decisions in their positions to shape the communities and influence quality of life. Stock and Leader’s Partner, Ronald L. Hershner was one of the nominees. While serving as Managing Partner for the last ten years, Hershner worked tirelessly to inspire and motivate his colleagues to achieve their best when assisting the firm’s clients and the community. Recently Hershner finished his role as Managing Partner, returning to full-time practice. Debra Westmoreland was recently welcomed to the board of directors, to serve a three-year term, of the Adams County Arts Council. Originally from the Reading, PA area, Westmoreland received a B.S. in Design and Merchandising from Drexel University and a B.F.A. in Interior Architecture at the New York School of Interior Design. She was a gallery assistant at the Frank J. Miele Contemporary American Folk-Art Gallery in New York, NY. After working in the design field for several years she graduated with an M.A. in Museum Professions from Seton Hall University in South Orange, NJ. Since relocating to Gettysburg in 2011, she has been active in the Adams County Arts Council as a staff member and instructor of adult and youth classes and has chaired the annual Juried Art Exhibit. The Partners of Stock and Leader announced that Steven M. Hovis has been unanimously elected as the firm’s next Managing Partner. Hovis, a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Law and Syracuse University, joined the firm in 1990 and currently serves on the firm’s Management Committee. He practices public finance, municipal law, employment law, and real estate development. Steve is a recognized member of the Pennsylvania Association of Bond Lawyers and the National Association of Bond Lawyers. Adams County Historical Society (ACHS) is pleased to announce the formalization of a key partnership with Gettysburg Black History Museum, Inc. (GBHM), who like ACHS holds precious archival materials that are key to understanding the story of Gettysburg and Adams County. This new partnership ensures that the historic collections of both organizations are properly cared for in a secure, environmentally-regulated archives where visiting researchers can access many of these incredible resources for the very first time! Set to coincide with the grand opening of the new ACHS headquarters in 2022, they will collaborate on exhibits throughout the new museum space, including an inaugural exhibit - Black 4 | ADAMS COUNTY BUSINESS

Voices of Adams County - that will be free and open to the public. The ponds at Knouse Foods Cooperative, Inc. in Orrtanna feature a new ADA wheelchair accessible fishing platform for public use. The sidewalk and platform have been provided by generous local support, with design assistance from the PA Fish & Boat Commission, in coordination with the Mummasburg Sportsmen’s Club. A local sportsman, wishing to remain anonymous, provided the financial support for the project and worked with Knouse Foods’ Environmental Staff members and factory personnel to develop and complete the project. Scott Briggs, Knouse Foods’ VP of Human Resources and Communications stated “Knouse Foods is pleased and privileged to host the site for the benefit of the community.” Inspired by the life and career of General and 34th President of the United States, Dwight D. Eisenhower, a new Eisenhower Exhibit Spotlight is open in the Museum Lobby at the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum & Visitor Center. The introductory exhibition, included with a ticket to the Film, Cyclorama & Museum Experience or the Museum Experience, is made possible thanks to the generosity of the Pritzker Military Foundation, on behalf of the Pritzker Military Museum & Library. The exhibit explores the history of Eisenhower’s life as a soldier, General, President and citizen, as well as a nod to Eisenhower’s leadership and features historic information and photos, several artifacts and a panel including a historic photo background of Eisenhower on the Gettysburg battlefield. Tricia (Trish) Heisey, Business Development and Financial Education Representative, for Belco Community Credit Union has been named co-chair of the Harrisburg Regional Chamber & CREDC’s Education & Business Partnership (EBP) Committee, which supports and advances collaborative initiatives and relationships with community partners to connect education and business to promote lifelong learning. The Committee monitors local, state, and federal education and workforce legislative issues, as well as works with the Pennsylvania House and Senate Education Committees on various education initiatives.


State Legislative Luncheon Rep. Torren ECKER

Rep. Dan

MOUL

Moderator: GENE BARR

PA Chamber President/CEO

Friday, May 7 | 11:30 am-1:30 pm Wyndham Gettysburg

The Board of Directors of the Gettysburg Foundation has appointed Wayne E. Motts, A long-time resident of Adams County, as the Foundation’s new president to lead the operations of the national preservation and education organization, effective May 24, 2021. Motts most recently served as CEO of The National Civil War Museum located in Harrisburg, PA, successfully leading the institution for nine years. Previously, Motts served as Executive Director of the Adams County Historical Society and was named its Director Emeritus in 2019. Motts is an accomplished author, publishing books and articles about the Civil War including, Trust in God and Fear Nothing: General Lewis A. Armistead and Pickett’s Charge at Gettysburg: A Guide to the Most Famous Attack in American History, which he co-authored.

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ME MB E R SPOTLIGHT SHAWN ECKENRODE, DIRECTOR Adams County Technical Institute What motivates you to jump out of bed every morning? In the late 60s and early 70s, most counties in PA established jointly-operated area vocational-technical schools – now called area career and technical centers. School districts in Adams County attempted to do the same but the project was derailed before construction began. Although school districts individually established tech-ed courses through the years, Adams County students have not had the same access to rigorous career and technical education opportunities that their peers in other counties have had for 50 years. Due to the cost of equipment, specialty labs, and certification requirements for teachers, districts pooling resources and working together is the best way to provide these opportunities. ACTI teachers and staff jump out of bed every morning and are excited to come to work because we know that we are part of offering these opportunities to our kids. We are starting with seven programs but hope to grow to offer additional programs to be on-par with similar sized counties who have two-to-three times as many programs.

As a business in Adams County, how do you give back to the local community? Our mission of “helping students choose their path to a successful career” and vision of “meet(ing) the needs of the local workforce” is how we give back to the local community. Local business and industry representatives serve on our advisory committees to help us align our equipment purchases, facilities, curriculum, and safety to the needs of the local workforce. We complete the partnership by training students to be prepared for local, entry-level employment or be better prepared for postsecondary success. A strong partnership with the local community makes it more attractive for graduates to remain in Adams County and contribute to a prosperous economy for everyone. If you would like to be involved in this important partnership, contact us through our website at www.acti-pa.org.

As someone doing business in Adams County, how does the chamber help you? As a new school, establishing our initial business and industry partnerships is crucial to our success. The Chamber is our connecting point to hundreds of local businesses and resources to grow our partnerships.

B IZ B UZZ Adams County now has an “area career and technical center” that provides career and technical education (CTE) opportunities to Adams County high school students. We offer a unique experience by combining classroom and hands-on learning, job shadowing, internships, cooperative education, friendships with students from other districts, learning from experts, extended time engaged in something that interests students, local, state, and national skill-related competitive events, and scholarships. There are seven programs that help students choose their path to hundreds of careers. Our mission is “Helping students choose their path to a successful career.” Our vision is to “continuously improve and expand career and technical education opportunities to meet the needs of the local workforce and the career goals of our students.”

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Awards Luncheon Tuesday, May 18

11:30 a.m. | Lunch & Registration 12-1 p.m. | Program The Lodges at Gettysburg, 685 Camp Gettysburg Rd. Registration deadline: May 11

Saturday, May 15, 2021

Sponsored by:

7-11 a.m. registration

at Amblebrook Gettysburg (Lively Stream Way) 15-mile Beginner/Family Fun Ride 25, 50 and 100 mile rides through the beautiful Adams County countryside Want more info?

Sponsors:

www.bikereg.com/adams-apple-bike-ride

Educator of the Year | Megan Aiello, Bermudian Springs S.D. Family Owned Business | Taylor’s Greenhouse, LLC Environmental Stewardship | Knouse Foods Cooperative, Inc. Small Business Person of the Year | Yianni Barakos, owner of Mason Dixon Distillery Nonprofit of the Year | Adams County Comm. Foundation

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ADVOCACY UPDATE BUSINESSES: GOVERNMENT IN WAY OF ECONOMIC RECOVERY

REPRESENTATIVE DAN MOUL (R-91)

The House Majority Policy Committee, of which I am a member, recently released the results of its COVID-19 Economic Recovery Business Survey. More than 900 PA businesses responded and nearly half of survey respondents cited the Wolf administration’s COVID-19 mitigation orders and resulting financial hardship as the greatest challenges. Others blamed high business taxes and overregulation. About one-third of businesses indicated the best way to kickstart the economy is simply allowing them to be open for business again. Many who have been impacted, have complained that our Commonwealth’s chief executive has had too much power. That is why the General Assembly voted to put questions on the May 18 Primary Election ballot that will give all PA citizens the power to limit the governor’s authority in an emergency. Two of the proposed constitutional amendments would limit the length of emergency declarations and require more executive/legislative collaboration.

ADAMS COUNTY’S FIRST RECOVERY HOUSE TO OPEN

COUNTY COMMISSIONER MARTY KARSTETER QUALLY

At long last Adams County and the RASE Project are ready for the open house of the Mercy House Recovery Center. We will host the public on Friday, May 14 at 45 W. High Street from 12-4 p.m. There will be a few speeches and tours, but mostly we want the community to see the facility and meet staff. All CDC safety guidelines will be adhered to during the event. A Facebook live video will be hosted for those who cannot attend in person. This project could not have been completed without the generosity of local charitable groups and individuals. We would also like to thank The Chamber for donating funds from their annual Prayer Breakfasts for this project. The Board of Commissioners could not be prouder and we hope to see you on May 14th.

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How do you define success? I define success as working toward being better than you were yesterday. The only person in the race is yourself. Who inspires you?

AMBASSADOR SPOTLIGHT ISAAC BUCHER, OWNER

Mister Ed’s Elephant Museum & Candy Emporium

How long have you been a member of The Chamber of Gettysburg & Adams County? Mister Ed’s has been a member for 14 years and I have been active since joining the business in 2009. Why did you join The Chamber of Gettysburg & Adams County? I firmly believe that membership in the Chamber is a tremendous way to develop connections with other businesses. Those connections have helped my business grow in a variety of ways.

My wife Nicole inspires me the most. She has more talent in her little finger than I could ever wish to have. If you could choose anyone as a mentor, who would you choose? I had a pretty great mentor, Mister Ed. I had the privilege of his mentorship for more than a decade. I am very proud that I have the opportunity to take the best things he taught me, adding a dash of my own intuition, and continuing the legacy of having “The Sweetest Family Tradition in Adams County.” What’s one thing - either industry-related or not - you learned in the last month? I was recently reminded of the importance of self-care. Going on vacation has been more challenging this past year, but it is more important than ever. I always come home with a fresh perspective or new idea the helps me in business. What’s something about you (a fun fact) that not many people know?

What committee do you currently volunteer with?

At one point in my life, I was a competitive horseback rider. Now my tall boots are just a decoration in my house!

Board of Directors (Chair-Elect), Executive Committee, Ambassador Committee and Awards Committee

What’s the last book you read?

What do you enjoy most about volunteering? I enjoy getting to meet new people and encouraging other businesses to get (or stay) involved with The Chamber. What is your current occupation? My wife, Nicole, and I own and operate Mister Ed’s Elephant Museum & Candy Emporium.

The Kaiser’s Web by Steve Berry. I love historical fiction books and this author in particular. I have even met him a couple of times. If you had to eat one meal every day for the rest of your life, what would it be? Hard Shell Crabs!

What do you love most about the confectionery industry?

What’s one thing you want to try but haven’t gotten around to it?

I love that we get to make people happy and feel like a kid again. Candy has that effect on people.

I would like to one day see an elephant in its natural habitat.

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OUT & ABOUT

Membership Mixer | April 15 Taylor’s Greenhouse & Terra Little-Taylor, Realtor at RE/MAX of Gettysburg

Membership Mixer | April 15 Taylor’s Greenhouse & Terra Little-Taylor, Realtor at RE/MAX of Gettysburg

Membership Mixer | April 15 Taylor’s Greenhouse & Terra Little-Taylor, Realtor at RE/MAX of Gettysburg

Membership Mixer | April 15 Taylor’s Greenhouse & Terra Little-Taylor, Realtor at RE/MAX of Gettysburg

Membership Mixer | April 15 Taylor’s Greenhouse & Terra Little-Taylor, Realtor at RE/MAX of Gettysburg

Membership Mixer | April 15 Taylor’s Greenhouse & Terra Little-Taylor, Realtor at RE/MAX of Gettysburg

Membership Mixer | April 15 Taylor’s Greenhouse & Terra Little-Taylor, Realtor at RE/MAX of Gettysburg

2021 Family Owned Business Taylor’s Greenhouse, LLC

2021 Environmental Stewardship Knouse Foods Cooperative, Inc.

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CHAMBER EVENTS

COMMUNITY EVENTS MAY 8

MAY 7 State Legislative Luncheon | 11:30 a.m., Wyndham Gettysburg

MAY 11 Executive Committee | 7:30 a.m., Chamber office

MAY 15 - REGISTRATION OPEN Adams Apple Bike Ride | 7 a.m., Amblebrook Gettysburg

MAY 18 - REGISTRATION OPEN Business Excellence Awards Luncheon | 11:30 a.m., The Lodges at Gettysburg

MAY 19 Wine Festival Committee | 11:30 a.m., Comfort Suites

MAY 20 - REGISTRATION OPEN Membership Mixer | 4-6 p.m., Thirsty Farmer Brew Works

MAY 27 Board of Directors Meeting | 7:30 a.m., Comfort Suites

MAY 31 Memorial Day Holiday | Chamber office closed

JUNE 8 Executive Committee | 7:30 a.m., Chamber office

JUNE 17 - REGISTRATION OPEN Golf Outing | 7:30 a.m., Hanover Country Club

JUNE 23

Farmers Market Opening Day (runs through October) N. Stratton St. | 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. acfarmersmarkets.org

MAY 13-16

80th Gettysburg Spring Bluegrass Festival Granite Hill Camping Resort 717.642.8749 | gettysburgbluegrass.com

MAY 15

Gettysburg Outdoor Antique Show | 7 a.m. – 4 p.m. Downtown Gettysburg gettysburgretailsmerchants.com

MAY 20

Optimist Club’s 11th Annual Golf Tournament The Links at Gettysburg | 1:30 p.m. gettysburgoptimist.com

MAY 31

Memorial Day Parade and Ceremonies Parade at 2 p.m. – Ceremony at 3 p.m. at the Rostrum in the Soldiers’ National Cemetery

JUNE 5

5th Annual Hoffman Homes Charity Ride Starts/Ends at Bourbon Mill | 9 a.m. registration 717.359.7148 | hoffmanhomes.com

JUNE 5-6

6th Annual Strawberry Festival | 12 – 4:30 p.m. Hollabaugh Bros. Inc. 717.677.8412 | hollababughbros.com

JUNE 7

Ambassador Committee | 11:30 a.m., Mamma Ventura’s

JUNE 24 Board of Directors Meeting | 7:30 a.m., Comfort Suites

24th Annual Golf Tournament presented by Hoffman Homes for Youth Hanover Country Club 717.359.7148 | hoffmanhomes.com

THE CHAMBER OF Gettysburg & Adams COUNTY

Golf Outing FRIDAY, June 17 | hanover country CLUB

7:30 a.m. registration | 9 a.m. shotgun start | Register at gettysburg-chamber.org SPONSORS:

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MEMBER RENEWALS 40-49 YEARS Dobbin House, Inc. El Vista Orchards, Inc. Historic Round Barn & Farm Market National Circulating Co., Inc. 30-39 YEARS Adams Oral Surgery, Inc. Berkshire Hathaway Homesale Realty Bettina T. McBeth, D.M.D. Bream Orchards Brown Schultz Sheridan & Fritz (BSSF), CPAs Codori Memorials LLC Fairfield Area School District Gettysburg Cancer Center Gettysburg Eddie’s Gettysburg KOA Kampground Gettysburg Pediatrics Graphcom, Inc. Gettysburg Times Hartman & Yannetti Hickory Bridge Farm, Inc. Knouse Foods Cooperative, Inc. M & T Bank Miller Enterprises T/A MacDonald Cleaning Co. Myers Electrical Repairs PathStone Peters Funeral Home, Inc. Sandoe’s Mini Storage, Inc. South Central Community Action Programs, Inc. The Horse Soldier United Lutheran Seminary Upper Adams Jaycees

Goin’ Postal Gettysburg Hanover Country Club Hilton Garden Inn - Gettysburg Keystone Fur Dressing, Inc. KPI Technology Mason-Dixon Endodontics, PC Mediation Services of Adams County Mr. G’s Ice Cream Pennsylvania Chamber Insurance Put On The Feedbag Catering Quail Valley Golf Club SAGR Products Int’l School Express, Inc. Sharrah Design Group, Inc. SpiriTrust Lutheran Home Care & Hospice, Inc. The Lodges at Gettysburg Village Book and Table 5-9 YEARS Brother Floyd’s Pickles Howard, Betty Law Office of Katrina Luedtke LLC Littlestown Veterinary Hospital PSI Pumping Solutions, Inc. 1-4 YEARS bare Skin Care & Laser Center HD Entertainment Hill Financial Solutions Jerry Justice Excavating Inc. Kanagy Communications Thirsty Farmer Brew Works

20-29 YEARS Adams County Arts Council Cannon Cleaning Service, Inc. Central Pennsylvania Transportation Authority dba rabbittransit Heritage Assembly of God Church Norma L. Calhoun, CPA PCA Corrugated and Display, LLC Schmuck Lumber Company Inc. Sixeas Premier Marketing 10-19 YEARS Adams County Children’s Advocacy Center Adams County Farmers’ Market Association Inc. Aflac Alexander’s Plumbing & Pumps, Inc. Big Hill Kennel Brienna Richelle Photography C.A.R.E. Property Services Celebrate Gettysburg Magazine Comfort Suites Courtyard by Marriott Gettysburg Gettysburg Dental Associates

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NEW MEMBERS Adams County Technical Institute

Musselman & Creager, LLP

Shawn Eckenrode 1126 Old Harrisburg Rd. Gettysburg, PA 17325 717.334.6254 seckenrode@acti-pa.org acti-pa.org Education

Gettysburg Montessori Charter School Faye Pleso 888 Coleman Rd. Gettysburg, PA 17325 717.334.1120 fayepleso@gettysburgmontessoricharter.org gettysburgmontessoricharter.org Education

Hartzell Home & Garden Services, LLC Georgia Hartzell 380 Fox Hill Rd. Biglerville, PA 17307 717.334.7861 georgia@hartzellhgs.com hartzellhgs.com Homes & Real Estate----Handyman Services THE CHAMBER

Membership

Mixer

Co-Hosted Mixer

Larry Musselman 251 Baltimore St. P.O. Box 3423 Gettysburg, PA 17325 717.334.9181 Larry.musselman@musselmanandcreager.com musselmanandcreager.com Services----Certified Public Accountants

The Marketplace at Gettysburg

Lori Stewart 361 E. Water St. Gettysburg, PA 17325 717.357.3333 info@gettysburgwarehouse.com marketplacegettysburg.com Agribusiness----Fruit Growers/Farm Markets

Terra Little-Taylor, Realtor at RE/MAX of Gettysburg

Terra Little Taylor 261 Fairgrounds Rd. Biglerville, PA 17307 717.309.0373 terra.littletaylor@remax.net Homes & Real Estate----Real Estate

YWCA Hanover

Janise Bankard 23 W. Chestnut St. Hanover, PA 17331 717.637.2125 jbankard@ywcahanover.org ywcahanover.org Human Services

May 20, 2021 • 4-6pm at Thirsty Farmer Brew Works Light refreshments will be served. Each attendee will receive one complimentary beverage. Cash bar available. Feel free to stay and particiapte in ‘Trivia Night with Jeff Hemler’ following the mixer from 6-8pm RSVP by May 13 to: gettysburg-chamber.org 14 | ADAMS COUNTY BUSINESS

Hoffman Homes for Youth 24th Annual Golf Tournament

Monday, June 7, 2021 Hanover Country Club I Abbottstown, PA 12:30pm Start

Sponsorship Opportunities Available Lunch, Awards Dinner, Raffle, Contests & More! To register and for more information contact: Alicia Stanley at 717-359-7148 x4500 or astanley@hoffmanhomes.com

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